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Hello Mr. Lowrey:  I wanted to tell you the ’77 Corvette made it home safely.  I know you were a little concerned about driving it this far, but I had no problems at all.  It turned heads all the way home.  My buddies are “jealous”.  Thank you again for being honest about the car and I know I will enjoy it for a long time.  RT, MS

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Hey Jim, I got the ’70 SS 454 yesterday.  It made the trip on the transporter just perfect.  It has been raining so I haven’t been able to get it out to drive yet, but hopefully tomorrow.  It is a beautiful car and some of my neighbors and friends can’t quit talking about it.  Thanks for your hospitality when I flew down to look at the car.  I am glad it was like you said and I think we both ended up pleased.  I definitely will refer you if any of my friends are looking for a classic car.  Thanks again.  JS, MA

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I have been a hot rod guy since a kid. One car I have always wanted was a 1936 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe that was ready to go. I found one that was close to my dream car on Classic Car Store’s website. All steel body built from the ground up as a Pro-Touring car and built right. Jim was very helpful, specific and told me the good and bad about the car. I decided to buy it, bought a one-way ticket from Oklahoma to Birmingham, AL. I hoped the car was what it was supposed to be. Jim picked me up at the Airport and took me to the Owner, an elderly gentleman in a small country town. The car was everything represented, much nicer than I expected. After getting the banking handled I made a road trip back home to Oklahoma stopping and seeing a couple of friends on the way back. Not one problem with the car. Overall it was an excellent experience, especially when you are buying a car from photos and getting information from someone you don’t know. If you want a straight shooter when buying a Classic Car, Jim is the man. Thank you, DF-OK

Ann from Cincinnati says:

I worked with Jim to buy a Porsche 911 Cabriolet; I’d been looking for a Cabriolet in great condition for about a year and contacted Jim. Working with him via text, email and phone was simple and streamlined plus he’s a very interesting guy who is genuinely passionate about cars and about a straight forward sales process. I’d never purchased a car sight-unseen from an out of state seller — so I had some reservations, however Jim said all the right things, produced all the right support and responded quickly. The entire process took less time than I originally thought it might and the car exceeded my expectations. Thank you again, Ann (Cincinnati, Ohio) 

1948 Packard Wagon

Gullwing Motor Cars
24-30 46th street Astoria
Astoria, NY 11103
United States

1948 Packard Wagon
Price
$36,500
Condition
Used
Mileage
0
Stock Number
24696
VIN Number
24696
Interior Color
Brown

Description
1948 Packard Wagon
This 1948 Packard Woody Wagon is an extremely rare and sought-after car that's ready for straightforward recommissioning. Tan with brown interior. Just out of long-term ownership and storage, it's ready for cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment. It wears an old restoration that shows somewhat tired paint and chrome. The wood is in overall good condition and the interior would benefit from a high level detailing. Nice and straight body and structurally sound. Not currently running. 1948 saw the finalization of Packards post-war styling. This new look was highlighted by a smooth headlight to tail light treatment on the side panels with only the beltline ridge appearing to separate what could be considered the fender line. This free-flow styling as Packard called it, gave the new cars a striking, modern appearance. The front bumper was integrated into the grille and the well-appointed interiors featured large, comfortable seats while offering generous amounts of hood and leg room. In the 1948 brochure, Packard declared it the all-occasion beauty and comfort of a sedan, all the traditional utility of a station wagon along with new strength, streamlining, and proud distinction. This four door wagon was only offered for three years. Its ash panels, framed with birch, were largely decorative; indeed, the only structural woodwork on the otherwise steel-bodied vehicle was the tailgate, which pioneered the two-piece gate design that would become a feature of most American wagons by the mid-1950s. Power came from Packards smooth-running inline-eight engine. In total, just 3,885 examples of the Eight Station Sedan were built from 1948 through 1950, with the majority produced in 1948; few have survived to the present. Packard Woody Wagons are extremely rare and seldom come on the market. This is a great opportunity to acquire this rare and sought after model at a bargain price. This 1948 Packard Eight Station Sedan represents a rare offering from the twilight years of wood-trimmed wagon production.
  • An elegant and unusual woody wagon design
  • One of only 3,885 produced, of which few survive
  • A dream come true for the Packard collector
Price: $36,500
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Peter Kumar
24-30 46th street Astoria
Astoria NY 11103
United States
Gullwing Motor Cars Peter Kumar
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Thank you for your interest in Gullwing Motor Cars, Inc. We take this opportunity to introduce ourselves to you as one of the largest dealers of European and American Classic and Exotic cars on the east coast of the U.S.A. We offer the most competitive prices in the market. We carry a stock of more than 100 cars at our warehouse location, visited by customers from all over the country and overseas. Please see our new inventory list. We update our website almost everyday.


Gullwing Motor Cars Specializes In....
We specialize in European cars such as Mercedes Benz, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Bugati, Austin Healey, Jaguar, Porsche, Ferrari, MG, Triumph, Maserati, Morgan, Pesago, Avanti, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Delorean, Delage, Delahaye, Dualghia, Lotus,Lamborghini and various others and American cars such as American Bantom, Buick, Chevrolet - Corvette, Impala, Camaro, Cadillac, Ford - Mustang, Thunderbird, Plymouth - Cuda, Cord, Fiat - Toplino, Jolly, Duesenberg, Packard, Pontiac GTO, Lincoln, Auburn, Pierce Arrow, Excalibur, Plymouth, Studbaker and various other antique and classic cars. We thank you again, and welcome any inquiries you may have for any cars that might be of interest to you.